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Old 11-22-2012, 01:56 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Folks who really love motorcycles move down south and ride the year 'round. However, if you must put your bike up for the winter, I recommend Seafoam to stabilize your fuel.
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Folks who really love motorcycles move down south and ride the year 'round. However, if you must put your bike up for the winter, I recommend Seafoam to stabilize your fuel.
Folks who REALLY love motorcycles ride year round where ever they live. :-P
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Old 11-23-2012, 01:53 AM   #34 (permalink)
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A square of carpet under each wheel will help stop the tyres getting a flat spot if stood up for too long. Apart from sticking the battery on a trickle charger there really isn't any need to do anything to a bike unless its in storage for years. For the winter period I just douse the bike down in FS365 to help prevent corrosion.

Fuel will not go off if left for a few months but it can lose octane rating, so when you next ride it fill up with premium for the first refuel.
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Folks who REALLY love motorcycles ride year round where ever they live. :-P
Yep. Just buy some good gloves and ride it every weekend, no matter what.
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